FTC officials fear draft House legislation might be too narrow to fix the problem.
A new survey finds broad support for certain types of electronic monitoring -- including keeping tabs on U.S. government leaders -- but the more people learn, the more their confidence in surveillance efforts wanes.
The Homeland Security Committee chairman said the White House's proposal does not do enough to alleviate private-sector liability concerns.
The OMB director also asked House appropriators to boost funding for the U.S. Digital Service.
Experts tell committee that business models, not technology, are the main obstacle to better sharing across systems.
The new defense secretary's first visit was to Cyber Command, where he stressed the importance of keeping the command and NSA under one leader.